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The Black Raven (1943) was a Mystery - Black-and-white Film directed by Sam Newfield .

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By Dan Day, Jr. on Mar 4, 2020 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

THE BLACK RAVEN (1943) is a mystery film with a rather obvious title--what else would they have called it...THE PLAID RAVEN?? It was made by the Poverty Row company Producers Releasing Corporation, and produced by Sigmund Neufeld and directed by Sam Newfield, frequent low-budget filmmakers (and brot... Read full article

The Black Raven (1943)

By John Grant on Feb 15, 2017 From Noirish

US / 61 minutes / bw / Sigmund Neufeld Productions, PRC Dir: Sam Newfield Pr: Sigmund Neufeld Scr: Fred Myton Cine: Robert Cline Cast: George Zucco, Noel Madison, Byron Foulger, Robert Middlemass, Charlie Middleton, Robt. Randall, Wanda McKay, Glenn Strange, I. Stanford Jolley. Years ago Amos Bradf... Read full article

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Amos Bradford: With your imagination, you could see the Statue of Liberty do the conga!

Horace Weatherby: I beg your pardon.
Mike Bardoni: What for?
Horace Weatherby: I just beg your pardon, that's all.
Mike Bardoni: Don't bother me, screwball.

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Began shooting February 9 1943, and completed by late February.
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